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2020 Holiday Sale PICKUP PROCEDURES

The health & safety of our staff and customers is our #1 priority. Please read and obey the following pickup procedures for the upcoming Holiday Sale on Wednesday, November 25th and Friday, November 27th. We look forward to seeing you! ALL INVENTORY IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE Open 11 AM – 3 PM L’uva Bella […]

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Weekly Crush: Marisa Sergi, the millennial making waves in the US wine industry

By Angela Oemcke Featured Full Article: https://blog.cellr.wine/weekly-crush-marisa-sergi-millennial-making-waves-in-wine/ Meet our first international #WeeklyCrush all the way from the USA, Marisa Sergi. Marisa is the winemaker and owner of her own label, RedHead Wine, and recently has acquired her family’s label, L’uva Bella Winery. We reached out to Marisa after an article about her, and Evan Schumann […]

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Diary of a Startup Goddess: Marisa Sergi, CEO of RedHead Wine

By: Brooke German Full Article: https://www.inkmdc.com/post/diary-of-a-startup-goddess-marisa-sergi-ceo-of-redhead-wine “Success” is a word that has countless meanings and exerts an individualized emotive. More often than not, success in the business world is part of the machismo culture. However, when a woman steps into that world, she defies expectation, overcomes obstacles, and shatters the patriarchy.

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Business Journal: RedHead CEO, Partner Buy L’uva Bella Winery

POLAND TOWNSHIP, Ohio – L’uva Bella Winery has a new owner, but the business is staying in the family. S’quared Holdings recently closed on the purchase of the wine products company. The investment fund is jointly owned by Marisa Sergi, CEO and winemaker of RedHead Brands, and Evan Schumann, an entrepreneur and fifth-generation whose family […]

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Grape Expectations: See How This Wine CEO Built a Business

Talk about #SparkGoals—Marisa launched RedHead Wine at age 19. Now she’s looking to make it bigger and better than ever. Marisa Sergi’s goal to be a winemaker was set before she could legally drink wine: She crushed her first grapes with her father and grandfather when she was just a child. By the time she […]

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30 Under 30 2020: Introducing Food And Drink’s Rising Stars

Over the course of ten months, about 1,000 nominations poured in from a public online portal, 30 Under 30 alumni and our own industry sources. We vetted trailing financials and discussed velocity with independent investors. We ate mouth-numbing dry hot pot in New York’s East Village, tasted orange corn grits in Indianapolis and visited a natural winery in the […]